Applied Semantics Summer School APPSEM'2000
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Subject: Applied Semantics Summer School APPSEM'2000
From: Simao Desousa <Simao.Desousa@sophia.inria.fr>
Date: Thu, 20 Jan 2000 19:51:19 +0100
C A L L F O R P A R T I C I P A T I O N
INTERNATIONAL SUMMER SCHOOL
ON APPLIED SEMANTICS
Caminha, Portugal, 9-15 September 2000
OBJECTIVE AND BACKGROUND
Programming languages are the basic tools with which all applications
of computers are built. It is important, therefore, that they should
be well designed and well implemented. Achieving these goals requires
both a good theoretical understanding of programming language designs,
and practical skills in the development of high quality compilers.
The summer school is addressed to postgraduate students, researchers
and industrials who want to learn about recent developments in programming
language research, both in semantic theory and in implementation.
The programme will consist of introductory and advanced courses on the
- description of existing programming language features;
- design of new programming language features;
- implementation and analysis of programming languages;
- transformation and generation of programs;
- verification of programs.
The summer school is located in Caminha, a picturesque village by the
sea and on the Rio Minho, on the northern border between Portugal and
- Andrew Pitts, Cambridge University.
- John Hughes, Chalmers University, Eugenio Moggi, Genova University,
and Nick Benton, Microsoft Research.
Monads and Effects.
- Pierre-Louis Curien, CNRS and Paris 7 University.
Games and Abstract Machines.
- Thierry Coquand, Chalmers University, and Gilles Barthe, INRIA.
Dependent Types in Programming.
- Olivier Danvy, BRICS and Peter Dybjer, Chalmers University.
Normalization and Partial Evaluation.
- Cédric Fournet, Microsoft Research and Georges Gonthier, INRIA.
Join Calculus: a model for distributed programming.
- Xavier Leroy, INRIA, and Didier Rémy, INRIA.
Objects, Classes and Modules in Objective CAML.
- Martin Odersky, Ecole Polytechnique Federale de Lausanne.
- Abbas Edalat, Imperial College, and Achim Jung, Birmingham University.
Exact Real Number Computation.
The registration fees covers proceedings, full boarding, refreshments,
social events and a banquet:
- early registration (before April 21st)
* single room: 120 000 PTE
* double room: 100 000 PTE
- late registration
* single room: 140 000 PTE
* double room: 120 000 PTE
There is no deadline for late registration but accommodation is not
guaranteed if you applied after the 1st July 2000.
See http://www-sop.inria.fr/oasis/Caminha00/registration.html for
Limited funds will be available for grants. The deadline for
application for a grant is April 1st. You will receive notification of
acceptance/rejection by April 8th.
To apply for a grant, see http://www-sop.inria.fr/oasis/Caminha00/grant.html.
For further information, please contact the organizing committee by